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Absolute Favorite Books

Own the Wind
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Motorcycle Man
Wild Man
Lady Luck
Rock Chick Revenge
Leave Me Breathless
Undeniable
Nobody's Perfect
Thoughtless
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Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades Darker
Fifty Shades Freed
Tied with Me
My Unexpected Forever
Rule
The Reluctant Dom
Trouble
Wild and Free


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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Review: Songbird by AJ Adams


Songbird
Songbird by A.J. Adams

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



I have come to really like this Author. This is the follow up book to The Bonus. With the story revolving around the head honcho Arturo.

Arturo is the head of the "family". Known for his cruelness and cold heart, he finds himself drawn to Serenity when he finds her in the house of a man he is gunning after. Serenity is a strong leading lady. Not one to take too much crap and is determined to fight the pull she feels towards Arturo. As she plays her part until she can find her way out, she discovers she actually likes the new life she has been drug into.

The is a mole in the house. Serenity ends up with amnesia, but it comes into question, as well as her loyalty. And as secrets get leaked, and the competition gets a leg up, all suspicion lands on Serenity. She finds herself fighting to save herself.

Arturo is a cold hearted man. I really think he would kill his own momma if it meant saving himself. But, he finds himself wanting to protect Serenity, even at the cost of his reputation. He is on a mission to discover who the real "Songbird" is before it is too late and Serenity looses her life.

This book kept me on my toes. I was never really sure where it was going to go. And I have to admit, although I thought I had finally figured it out, the ending threw me. And you know me, I LOVE it when that happens.

I don't think it is necessary to read The Bonus prior to reading Songbird. But I recommend it, just because you will get more background information. And Kyle, the lead from The Bonus, is prominent in this one as well. But, you could read Songbird as a stand alone and not feel lost.





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